As Joe Rogan appropriately pointed out, Boetsch actually had an advantage in the striking against Davis.

Unfortunately for the Barbarian, he couldn't weather the Mr. Wonderful storm. Another in a growing line of brilliant light heavyweight prospects, Davis just swarmed over his adversary with superior wrestling skill and raw, terrifying strength.

Once he secured another takedown, the former All-American collegiate wrestler had his way with Boetsch before locking in a modified kimura that he and Rogan named the "Mr. Wonderful" during the post-fight interview.

Not sure that will stick.

Phil Davis defeats Tim Boetsch by submission (kimura) at 2:55 of the second round.